Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) is our favorite type of glassware. This Antique glass comes in many forms including goblets, bowls, vases, plates, compotes, butter dishes as well as complete table sets and unusual whimsy items. We have glass from most of the popular glass companies including: Adams, Cambridge, Central, Consolidated, Challinor, Dithridge, Doyle, Dugan, Diamond, Duncan, Fostoria, Heisey, Hobbs, Jefferson, McKee, Mt Washington, New Martinsville, Northwood, Portland Glass, Riverside, Pairpoint, Tarentum, Tiffin and US Glass.
Cute individual cream pitcher in the Hobnail with Thumbprint Base pattern by Doyle Glass Co circa 1880s.
This creamer is 3 1/4 inches tall at the spout and 2 3/8 inches across the point and scallop rim. It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or stains.
Beautiful antique salt shaker. The maker of this creased neck shaker is unknown at this time. It is hand painted with a beautiful pansy or viola.
This shaker has a screw on lid. It is 3 1/2 inches tall without the lid and in good conditio..
Opaque White Glass Salt Shaker in the Fan, Beaded pattern. Maker unknown. This shaker was made circa 1900-1906.
It measures 2 5/8 inches tall without the lid. It has the firey opalescence often called Opal Ware.
This antique shaker is in good condition. Th..
Early American Pattern Glass Spooner in the popular Beaded Grape Medallion, Banded pattern by Boston Silver Glass Co. 1869-1871.
I have Beaded Grape Medallion items available, all slightly different. This spooner is 5 3/8 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches across the to..
Prior owner's name inside. Otherwise good clean copy.
208 pages. Hardcover. This book pays tribute to Henry Clay Fry, founder of the H.C. Fry Glass Company. A detailed company history is provided, as well as sections on cut glass products, Fry etched glass, colored gl..
Prior owner's name inside. Otherwise appears unread.
464 pages. Over 4lbs. This book has to be the most comprehensive guide to Heisey Glass from 1925 - 1938 available. With hundreds of vintage catalog pages, and several color shelf shots, this book provides one of the..
Blue Opaque Salt Shaker in the Beaded Dahlia pattern. It was produced by Consolidated Lamp and Glass from 1894 to 1900.
It is 2 5/8 inches tall without the lid and is in good condition with no chips or cracks. There is some roughness around the rim. ..
Beautiful blue opaque glass salt shaker in the Bulging leaf pattern by Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. Circa 1894-1898.
It is 2 1/4 inches tall, excluding the lid.
It is in good condition with no chips or cracks. There is some roughness around the rim wh..
Beautiful light green opaque glass salt shaker in the Bulging leaf pattern by Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. Circa 1894-1898.
It is 2 1/4 inches tall, excluding the lid.
It is in good condition with no chips or cracks. There is some roughness around the..
Beautiful antique whimsey bowl in the Daisy and Plume pattern from Dugan Glass Company.
This white opalescent footed bowl is flared with 8 gentle scallops. It has a beautiful white opalescence on the edges and is clear in the center. The pattern con..
Opaque Blue Glass Salt Shaker in the Bulging Teardrop pattern by Dithridge & Company. Dithridge made this pattern between 1894 and 1901.
It measures 2 1/2 inches tall without the lid.
This antique shaker is in good condition. There is some roughn..
Beautiful Amber bowl in the Hobnail with Fan Edge pattern by Doyle Glass Co circa 1880s.
It measures 4 3/4 inches across and 1 3/4 inches tall. It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or stains.
Handled Nappy in the Sandwich Pattern by Duncan & Miller Glass Company, Washington, PA. Manufactured from 1924 to 1955.
This crystal clear nappy is 6 inches across and has 2 sections for serving different types of relish or nuts.
It is in good conditio..
Presenting a great EAPG bread plate. The pattern is Atlantic, by Doyle and Company, Pittsburgh, PA. Identification (plus picture) of the piece and pattern can be found in the publication, Pressed Glass in America, Encyclopedia of the First Hundred Years: 1825-1925, (p. 24..
Early American Pattern Glass Bowl or Compote in the Finecut and Block Pattern. This pattern was made by King, Son and Co circa 1890. Also Model Flint Glass Co; Us Glass Co. 1981.
This pretty amber bowl appears to be a compote missing it's lid, though it..